Saturday, August 28, 2010


I could note typos from page 1 of Our Town ("Brearly") or from page 3 of The Jewish Week ("Sympnony Space"), because they are endearing. But last night I saw "Groundhog Day" for the first time in a long time, and discovered that Harold Ramis (or whoever wrote this line) is a man after my own heart.

Rita: . . . and he'll change poopy diapers.

Phil: Does he have to use the word poopy? [raises his eyebrows]

N.B. Murray places emphasis on the word word, not the word poopy.

::UPDATE/CORRECTION:: Murray emphasizes poopy (mainly poop) more than the word word.

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